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What’s love got to do with it?

We have a Nature Emergency like never before experienced…we need a Survival Revolution like never before imagined.

11th World Wilderness Congress (WILD11) Postponement

The safety of our delegates and the larger community is our prevailing concern as the world confronts the emerging COVID-19 pandemic; with that in mind, we are postponing WILD11, the 11th World Wilderness Congress, which was scheduled to take place in March 2020.

Mali Elephant Project: How much nature do humans need to survive?

For local communities living alongside elephants in the Gourma region of Mali, it would be close to 10 million acres. At the minimum.

11th World Wilderness Congress (WILD11) Postponement

The safety of our delegates and the larger community is our prevailing concern as the world confronts the emerging COVID-19 pandemic; with that in mind, we are postponing WILD11, the 11th World Wilderness Congress, which was scheduled to take place in March 2020.

Why “WHY” isn’t enough

When we believe in something, it gains energy – but when we go to work on something, it gains power.

Is Realism Helpful?

Rapidly dwindling opportunities to act in time to end the Sixth Extinction and address the climate crisis leave many of us torn between what we think is likely about the future and what we think is possible.

Nature-Based Solutions

Imagine what it’s like trying to have a difficult conversation with 7 billion people to let them know that our biosphere is on the verge of collapse. That is precisely what the Nature Needs Half Network is doing.

What does leadership look like to you?

Learn how passionate, ambitious, and impatient youth are already designing and developing solutions to the challenges they are facing on the ground, in their communities, every day.

90 Years! Conservation Pioneer, Maggie Bryant, Celebrates Birthday

Maggie Bryant, conservation pioneer, entrepreneur, equestrian, and WILD board member, celebrates her 90th birthday at the end of November 2018. Few individuals have had as large an impact on the conservation of wild places internationally, especially Africa, as Ms. Bryant.

2018 in Review: What we did for wilderness

In acknowledgement of the obstacles we face and the strength we draw upon to overcome these difficulties, WILD’s staff has chosen the following phrase to inspire them throughout the year: “We persist so that nature prevails.”

Mobilizing new advocates for wild nature through citizen science

As citizen science initiatives continue to increase in popularity, this year’s third annual City Nature Challenge expanded to more than 65 cities across the globe. Kicking off April 27 at 12:01 am in each time zone, the Challenge ran through April 30, 11:59 pm.

The surprising reason behind the disappearance of wolves in Colorado

Something alienates us from more meaningful days, even as it clamps down on our delight in life and gratitude for the wonder of nature. Can you guess what it is? Everywhere you go, it’s there, hidden in plain view. It’s carried on airwaves and spilling over the pages of magazines and newspapers.

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